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We’re really excited to be able to offer the opportunity for people living with a stoma in Gloucestershire, West Yorkshire, and Greater Manchester the chance to get active through playing Walking Rugby, thanks to some great partners of ours
Walking Rugby is a slower paced version of the sport which is accessible to all regardless of age, health and ability. It has various health and fitness benefits and is driven by a strong sense of fun and enjoyment.
The sessions support community cohesion and social inclusion, bringing people together in the community and being able to get together before and after sessions. Walking Rugby is a non – contact sport and is suitable for both females and males to participate in.
We have teamed up with our Friends at the Batley Sporting Foundation, Your Trust Rochdale, and the Gloucester Rugby Foundation to offer people living with a stoma, and their friends & family the opportunity to get involved. For more details on classes and contact details please see the flyers below
The sessions are open to anyone in the local communities, and all organisations are aware of the needs of people living with a stoma to access suitable toilet facilities.